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Hosting 2026 FIFA World Cup Would Result in a $449.4M Economic Impact and 3,000 Jobs for Greater Cincinnati

2022-05-31 :: 10 U.S. Host Cities to be Announced on June 16, 5 p.m. ET via a Live Broadcast   More >

Cincinnati USA Convention & Visitors Bureau rebrands to Visit Cincy and announces strategic initiatives for the year

2022-03-28 :: The Cincinnati USA Convention & Visitors unveiled a new brand, “Visit Cincy” for the 75-year-old destination marketing organization in front of nearly 400 business professionals, civic leaders and members of the regional hospitality industry at its Annual Meeting today at the Duke Energy Convention Center.   More >

VisitCincy.com promoting hotel stays and Watch Parties to bring Bengals Fans together for the Super Bowl

2022-02-07 :: Bengals fans are being invited to the celebrate the Bengals historic Super Bowl appearance in the Cincy region, where various community watch parties and events are being held   More >

Cincinnati to Open Media Center in LA During Super Bowl

2022-02-05 :: Cincinnati CVB and community partners Cincinnati Experience and REDI sponsoring Media Center in Los Angeles to tell the region's story to Super Bowl Media.    More >

Convention District Progress

2022-01-27 ::    More >


The Best Road Trips of 2021
February 26, 2021 :: FORBES - While the COVID-19 pandemic has wreaked havoc on virtually every facet of society since its onset early last year, its devastating impact on the travel industry is difficult to overstate. With international leisure travel at a relative standstill and social distancing an enduring imperative even as vaccinations ramp up nationwide, those looking for well-deserved rest and relaxation are planning vacations closer to home in 2021. And in keeping with last summer’s trend, they’ll take to the open road in search of less-trafficked destinations far from the proverbial madding crowd.  More >
The 50 Best Places to Travel in 2021
December 18, 2020 :: TRAVEL+LEISURE - When the time comes to travel again, these destinations — all right in your own backyard — are the ones to visit next.

Even for the compulsive jetsetters among us, it’s a simple truth that most travel stories are aspirational in the best of times. There are too many incredible places to see, not enough vacation days, and sometimes we all have to content ourselves with scrawling another spot on the bucket list and hoping the stars align. More >
Cincinnati is Still the Best City for Beer Lovers
December 15, 2020 :: FOOD & WINE - For the second year in a row, the Queen City tops an annual list of the 50 best cities in the U.S. for beer enthusiasts compiled by SmartAsset.

Hey, remember when we didn't think twice about going out for a beer, about grabbing a sticky drinks menu that had already been handled by who knows how many people, or even about taking a spontaneous day trip to visit a brewery or three? Hopefully we'll be back to that kind of thing before too long—although we might be slightly more likely to wipe that menu down. The number-crunchers at SmartAsset have published their annual list of the best U.S. cities for beer drinkers, and it's a helpful way to plan where we'd like to go when, you know, all of this is over. More >
2020 Platinum Choice Award Winner
December 14, 2020 :: SMART MEETINGS - Cincinnati recently won the Smart Meetings Platinum Choice Award.

The hospitality industry is filled with partners who work creatively with meeting professionals to deliver delight on a silver platter. Smart Meetings readers nominated the hotels, conference centers, CVBs and destination marketing organizations that consistently exceed expectations and help planners deliver on their goals. More >
Cincinnati Fit for Foodies
January 31, 2020 :: GO NOMAD - If you think the Cincinnati food scene consists primarily of five-way chili, you need to take your taste buds to Ohio’s ‘Queen City’ for a culinary update. You could strike out on your own to discover new restaurants and leading food purveyors or you could take one of Barb Cooper’s Cincinnati Food Tours and learn the backstories behind the city’s culinary evolution.
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